Books

Review of @fortresspress’s “The Vine and the Son of Man: Eschatological Interpretation of Psalm 80 in Early Judaism”

In the last few decades, academia has produced few, but great intertextual scholars. I suspect that soon we will add

Psalms

Psalm 74 – Leviathan, Creation, and the Destruction of the Temple

If you haven’t read Psalm 74.1-23 go ahead and give it a read. I’ll wait. Done? (note, this is a

Psalms

Books to Read NOW – Libya, Responses, Terror

This post was originally one of the spate coming out when Osama was killed. Now, in the midst of more

Books

Sunday School: Language of Science and Faith – Psalm 8: Creation of Political Victory?

This week, we are reading the introduction for the Sunday morning discussion. (I am using the Kindle app on my

Devotional

Reflecting on Psalm 119

Yesterday evening, I was reading ahead in the lectionary, and the responsive reading came from Psalm 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30. This

Maccabees

Palm Branches: Intertextually Reading Revelation, Psalm 118, Maccabees and the Psalms of Solomon

Last night during our small group study on the Book of Revelation, the leader who happens to be the pastor

Psalms

I look up to the mountains – does my help come from there?

During recent discussions, this Psalm came up. As a resident of West Virginia, this is often a favorite of ours,

Psalms

Sunday Psalm – Psalm 13

O LORD, how long will you forget me? Forever? How long will you look the other way? How long must